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Acetaminophen Use in Early Childhood: What’s the Evidence?

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December 29, 2017 Despite the overwhelming evidence against it, medical professionals are still recommending Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Panadol (paracetamol) for children, making it crucial for parents to educate themselves. Therefore, we are delighted today to have Duke University researcher, William Parker, … Continue reading

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Autism Moms and PTSD: Why Your Facebook Baby Pictures Trigger My Panic

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I have a confession to make: Whenever I hear that someone’s expecting a new baby, I’m at high risk for having a full-blown panic attack.  It’s not that I want to be a royal buzzkill; it’s just a visceral reaction … Continue reading

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How I Gave My Son Autism

We’re rerunning this blog because of the recent news that a CDC researcher has come forward to say that he and his colleagues committed fraud in a 2004 study on the relationship between the timing of MMR vaccines and autism.  … Continue reading

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